Tag Archives: Facebook

Exclusive! Facebook Testing a New Page Layout!

After a week of seeing a new Facebook Page look, Triangle Direct Media has been able to confirm with a Facebook representative that they are in the process of testing and rolling out a new page layout design: “It does seem that this page display is a new roll-out feature. This is not available to everyone and some of the …

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New Facebook Page Update: What Changed?

Facebook has been quietly testing a few new page designs over the past month, and it looks like they’re finally ready to test on a wider scale. Many users are beginning to see one of the two new Facebook page updates as of today, which appears to be rolling out on a per-user basis (not a per-page basis). The changes …

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Facebook Quietly Tests Professional Services Feature

“Find local businesses with the best Facebook reviews and ratings” As we all know, Facebook is constantly testing and releasing new features – some with small test groups, some rolled out publicly, and some simply slipping under the radar. Recently, Facebook has taken the latter route with a new unannounced feature called “Professional Services.” This new tool allows users to …

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Top Three Reasons Your Business Should Be Using Facebook Ads

Despite their prevalence and success, the power of Facebook ads is still not being fully harnessed by a surprising number of businesses. Whether they don’t understand them, had bad results in the past due to flawed campaigns, or just don’t have the time, many businesses are simply missing out. If your business is not yet taking advantage of this powerful …

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Improve Response Time and Customer Service with a Social Media Manager

A company’s social media page is often the first destination for customer complaints, praise and inquiry. People are increasingly turning to their smartphones and computers to gather information and voice their opinions about brands. This makes prompt customer service imperative on social sites like Facebook and Twitter. Responding to concerns expressed on social media in a timely manner can help …

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Beware! Buying Fake Facebook Likes is a Bad Idea

Big brands and small companies are starting to get the hint that social media is no longer an option and in order to be competitive in their industries, they must be successful in their social media networks. Underground markets for Social Media are emerging and their primary service is selling companies manufactured or “fake” likes. Typically when we hear the …

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Strategizing Social Media Campaigns

Can this be done? Shall we say that real-time can actually be scheduled? We say it can to a certain extent. If you are a small business that has a somewhat scheduled online presence, but are scratching your heads vying for a status update or tweet, then why not put your online marketing strategy to work? We’ve outlined a simple …

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Facebook Changes Affecting Small Businesses

After looking at the many changes Facebook rolled out last week, it looks like small businesses now are at somewhat of a disadvantage on the 700-million strong social networking site. Many small businesses were relying on Facebook as a free platform to develop a loyal following that might “like” and “share” and “comment” in the hopes that others would see …

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